Rapid Rx Quiz: ACE Inhibitors

Mary L. Windle, PharmD


June 06, 2022

Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors are a class of medication for treating and managing hypertension, a significant risk factor for heart failure, coronary disease, stroke, and various other forms of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Millions of people take ACE inhibitors around the world, and they are the fourth-most prescribed drug class in the United States.

Are you familiar with the mechanism, indications, adverse events, contraindications, and other key aspects of treatment with ACE inhibitors in the clinical setting? Test yourself with a short quiz.


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